When you go to an American university, you might expect a big, shiny building and a lot of people.
You might also be surprised to find out that a lot are actually just a few hundred students.
The US is the most diverse nation in the world, with a population of around 8.5 million people.
The country has the highest per capita level of education of any nation on the planet.
There are about 12,000 universities, which have a total of 4.5 billion students.
It’s not just US universities, though.
The UK and Australia also have very large numbers of students.
But what is more interesting is the sheer number of people who are enrolled.
The University of Michigan has more than 50,000 students.
It’s also home to a research university called the Centre for Computational Science and Engineering.
The school is a major hub for AI, robotics and artificial intelligence research.
University of California, Berkeley has around 6,700 students.
A number of the school’s programs are focused on helping AI research.
It also has a strong focus on education.
In the US, the average tuition for a US undergraduate is $26,500, while the average for a California public university is $44,700.
The average cost of tuition in Australia is $30,800, and the average cost for a public university in the US is $62,100.
But these numbers are skewed towards a more wealthy country.
The median income in Australia, the most affluent nation in Europe, is $50,200.
In comparison, the median income for the US in 2016 was $51,700, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Australian government has taken a lot from the US.
There is a federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour and some states have raised their minimum wage to $15 an hour.
The cost of living is cheaper in Australia.
The average cost to live in Australia in 2016 is $53,900.
Australia is also a net exporter of goods and services, according the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
The US exports $1.2 trillion worth of goods to Australia annually.
In 2016, Australia exported $4.2 billion worth of products.
Australia also has one of the highest levels of university enrolments in the developed world.
It has almost 50,200 universities, and there are almost 3,500 private universities.
There are also quite a few Australian universities with excellent teaching.
But the US has been a leader in attracting top-notch academics.
In 2014, the US had the most number of US faculty in the top 1 per cent of academic achievement.
But there are more than 4,000 American professors in Australia and they’re more than four times as good as those in the UK and Canada.
In fact, in 2015, US universities had the highest number of PhDs in the OECD.
That’s why, according on the BLS, the top 2 per cent (of the population) is more than twice as likely as the top 0.1 per cent to have a doctorate.
The best way to get into a US university?
Get an academic degree.
It might not be the best way for you to get a job in the big cities, but it’s a good way to start.
If you’re interested in learning more about the United States and its universities, the University of Oxford is a great resource.
You can read more about it here.